08-15-2011, 07:32 PM
Came across this looking for something else on the LFA's website.
I have a doc appt. on the 22nd, and i've decided that i'm going to ask to be referred to a specialist, so I can be properly diagnosed. The problem is, I don't have insurance... So I knew paying the fee just to get the tests done would at least only be a one time thing, but that buying and paying for the medication that I was prescribed would be what was going to hit me the hardest.
Now I don't have to worry about that!!!
*Grabs Ritz and pulls her up to dance a jig.*
(Okay, more like a half-arsed shuffle with arm flailing, because, let's be honest, we dont want to exert ourselves TOO much)
08-15-2011, 10:08 PM
a great find.
keep the link handy.
asa college student, do you qualify for assistance?